The Mold Farm in my Ducts

For the past 10 years I have been putting up with horrific sinus infections in the summer.

I’ve never had respiratory unpleasantness before this point in my life.

Then, all of a sudden it seems my lungs as well as nose were often irritated when the overheated season rolls around. I constantly thought my sinus issue was weird because I don’t have dust irritations or other respiratory illnesses. However, my sinus infections have been making me miserable for a number of years now. For whatever reason, I always hypothesized that the illness was related to my use of air conditioning. It seems like every time I was inside of my condo my sinus infection got worse. I assumed that my air conditioning unit was the reason for my distress. Certainly, circulating a bunch of dry indoor air through my mucus membranes was drying them out as well as establishing a more hospitable environment for airborne contaminants. I thought that I could ditch my AC units or add additional humidity to the air to solve my respiratory aggravation. However, even after I took these air conditioning steps I still wasn’t able to save myself from all these sinus problems, and eventually, I called out a professional heating as well as cooling service specialist to see if there were other air quality measures I could take. That’s when he told me about the mold. Apparently it wasn’t the air-conditioning I needed to worry about. The real concern was the black field growing in my ductworks. All this time I was thinking I had too much dryness in my beach house when there was enough humidity to establish a farm of mold.


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